The Renaissance of Music:
A Revival of CDs and Cassettes

We explore two record shops, BTB Music Workshop and RK Record, both long- standing Taipei institutions that can shed light on the local music industry with their experience and observations.

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Sound Tripping: The Life of a Vinyl Record Transcriptionist

With the rise of digital technology and music streaming platforms, it’s difficult for people nowadays to imagine using a hand-cranked gramophone to play vinyl records.

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Taitung Coast Inspires Grammy-Award Winning Album Art

Li Jheng-han and Yu Wei took home the Grammy for Best Recording Package for a clever abstract design that looks very familiar to us.

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5 Rising Female Taiwan Singers You Should Be Playing On Repeat

We take a dive into the deep wellspring of female talent to bring you some our current favorites from the Taiwan scene.

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Analog Sounds in Digital Times: Dedicated Record Stores in the Streaming Era

To keep alive the memories of analog sounds, we found five local record stores in Taipei dedicating to outdated formats like vinyl.

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Blue Note Taipei: Hallowed Ground for Lovers of Jazz

Jazz 101 in Taipei.

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5 Places to Feel the Music in Taipei

It can be said without hyperbole that there has never been a better time to experience the live music scene in Taipei. Check out the top 5 music clubs in Taipei we select for you!

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Making their voice heard: indie group TUDI-VOICE is highlighting inequality and social issues across Taiwan

Taiwan Scene chatted to indie group ,TUDI-VOICE, about their hometown, Changhua, their process and what we can expect from them at 2019 World Music Festival.

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Language of love: indigenous R&B singer ABAO on Paiwanese music

Taiwan Scene chatted with ABAO, indigenous R&B singer, about indigenous music in Taiwan, what it is to be Paiwanese and World Music Festival.

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